I'm looking to buy a truck and have gotten some quotes on 3 trucks. Here's what I've looked at: 2013 F150 Ecoboost Super Crew 4x4 - Front Bench Seat, Backup Camera/Backup Assist, XM/Sync/CD 2013 Tundra SR5 4x4 - Bucket Seats, Backup Camera, XM/Bluetooth/CD 2013 GMC Sierra SLE 4x4 - Bucket Seats, XM, Bluetooth, CD For front leg room, the Sierra is number 1 from what I remember, followed by the Ford, with the Tundra in last place. For backseat leg room, the Tundra is number 1, the Ford is second, and the GMC is last...with the least comfortable rear seats. For Power, the Tundra had the most pickup...followed by the Ford, and the GMC was last. It felt like it lagged a little more. As for the engines, the GMC looked like it was the easiest to work on. The 5.3L V8 was very accessible and was a solid design. The F150 Ecoboost looked like it would be a pain to do anything with. Gas mileage....Ford wins...followed by GMC, then Tundra. I've ruled Sierra out due to the lack of space in the back seat, but mention it because I like the interior and engine design. We have a 2011 4Runner. I like it alright. Definitely like how it handles. I've just heard a lot of people say bad and good about Ford and Toyota....wanted to hear more opinions from real people. If you had to get a Tundra Crewmax or an F150 Ecoboost Supercrew, which would you choose? I've been quoted $36k out the door with taxes and everything on the F150 after I trade ain an old beater I've got and have been quoted $34k for the Tundra SR5 with my trade. Thanks.